Donald Trump on Tuesday said he was better off without support from Republicans who have renounced his campaign, and suggested that if he is elected president Paul Ryan wouldn't remain House speaker.
Mr. Trump’s vitriol toward Mr. Ryan, who is widely admired among congressional Republicans, threatens to further exacerbate the growing split between Mr. Trump and the party establishment at a time when the GOP presidential nominee has slipped far behind Democratic rival Hillary Clinton after the release of a video showing the Republican presidential nominee bragging about groping women without their consent.
House Speaker Paul Ryan effectively abandoned Trump on Monday, telling fellow lawmakers he would neither campaign for nor defend the floundering businessman in the election's closing weeks. [...] the head of the Republican National ...
Donald Trump lashed out Tuesday morning against House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) and other Republicans who have distanced themselves from him, as the extraordinary turbulence in the Republican Party intensified four weeks from El...
Donald Trump railed against House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republican leaders for distancing themselves from his campaign following a leaked audio tape of him boasting about groping, kissing, and … Click to Continue »
For Paul Ryan, October is now all about protecting the Republican majority of the House — and his own job as speaker. The Wisconsin Republican can't ignore Donald Trump, his … Click to Continue »